Sacral Chakra Misalignment

I do these medical energy readings in hopes I learn some alternative ways for us to move forward without feeling at the mercy of the medical system. I hope to help find an integrative approach to get power back into our hands and to seek support with doctors who are educated to help us create a happy healthy state of being.

Looking into Menopause was fascinating and brings a new meaning to ‘hidden in plane sight’ for me. So many of our symptoms our dealt with allopathic-ally because presently, the medical system would rather not take the whole person approach. I do this reading with no bias but with a whole person perspective. I try to open your mind to understanding there are oils, herbs to help calm, support and accommodate dramatic changes that seem to be presently happening in the body.

Condition;

  • Menopause; Possibly all symptoms are effecting
  • Addictions to sugars and caffeine

Menopause overview:

When looking at all the phases of menopause, there is so much information that isn’t being shared properly about how the biological feminine processes work. Culture, politics, ancestral, religions as well as feminine and masculine relationships have been stressed to move in a specific direction. It is important to keep in mind we created blurred lines when we have separated our lifestyle from mind, body and emotions. All three are important and are created to work together. If not taken consciously, foods, medication and vaccinations work to support this separation.

Naturally, us women are set forth on our journey in life with a preset (pre-menopause) goal of creation on earth. What we do with it is our choice but ultimately we must take care of ourselves through the process. All journeys have there ups and downs, ebs and flows and forks in the road. Along the way our body lets us know where we are at through the journey (peri-menopause). Our mind is our focus (important part of masculine energy) and if relationships throughout our journey has had a masculine strain in some way or another (the men represented in our life), then we become detached (create walls) from our own body’s messages.

Recognizing your body’s sign of distress and understanding that it is struggling with communicating with other parts of your body is a great first step. Our core essence is stored within our sacral chakra and is filtered through the bladder and kidney channel. The adrenal and the thyroid glands help keep your preset goal and soul essence in balance. Just like running in a marathon there is a beginning, a middle, and an end. Your body prepares ahead for each phase rather you are conscious of it or not. (that is the strength of your own unique masculine energy). Note that your liver acts as the bridge between your emotions relaying to the body and mind. It is important to help the liver detox every once and awhile to alleviate the anger and frustration that becomes stagnant within.

In essence you can fight against the feminine process or work with it. I suggest the latter. It is important for women to be comfortable with who they are and where they are on the creation journey. Our children and their children depend on the creative, supportive and connective processes that are passed through the generations; and not just that of separation, sacrificing or feeling segregated. The journey is part of the natural order of life. It is sacred and part of our unique sacral energy.

When we accomplish menopause, which is a one day event, the life force known as estrogen will no longer be needed in our body for reproduction. We will have accomplished the natural process of passing the ‘baton’ to our supports within the body; lifestyle choices, relationships and our environment will follow suite when we listen to our body mind and soul needs.

Some Oil for physical relief and emotional release;

  • Clary Sage: Litigates labour pains – cramping
  • Geranium: antidepressant, helps with dryness
  • Vitex: Supports shifting of hormones
  • Ylang Ylang: Litigates balancing of emotions and hormones
  • Rose: Helps with dryness, is an astringent and helps with thinning of follicles
  • Jasmine: Helps combat depression, anxiety, emotional stress, low libido and insomnia.
  • Lavender: know for calming, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and assists with hair growth.
  • Roman Chamomile: Fights anxiety and depression
  • Jojoba (carrier): Acne, psoriasis, sunburn, chapped skin etc
  • Primrose (carrier): source of fatty acids, premenstrual syndrome pain, endometriosis, and menopause symptoms such as hot flashes.
  • Cypress, angelica and coriander and fennel: contain components that act like estrogen in the body.

Perimenopause Balance Blend

  • 5 drops each of Clary sage, geranium, lavender, vitex and Ylang ylang 
  • 1 drop of rose or jasmine
  • 2 ounces of evening primrose oil

Massage over abdomen at the onset of peri-menopause symptoms twice a day for 3-4 weeks at a time. Switch to another blend every other month using menopause friendly oils.

Store in a lotion dispenser or glass jar.

Super Menopause message Blend

  • 20 drops lavender, 15 drops rose geranium, 10 jasmine, 5 drops rose absolute
  • 2 ounces evening primrose

Use as a full body massage oil or a moisturizer twice a day up to 4 weeks.

Store in lotion dispenser or glass jar

Gentle Vaginal Lubricant

  • 3 drops each of geranium, lavender, roman chamomile and ylang ylang
  • 2 ounces of Jojoba

massage into labia before and after sexual intercourse and as needed (you may find it helpful to lubricate after swimming or showering.

Store in lotion dispenser or glass jar

Vitamins and minerals used for relief menopaus symptoms and promote your own balancing process:

– Use these two together for best results to reduce hot flashes;

  • Vitamin C 1000mg
  • Bioflavanoid 500mg

Vitamin B12: 50mg – a nutrient that helps keep the body’s nerve and blood cells healthy and helps make DNA, the genetic material in all cells. Vitamin B12 also helps prevent a type of anemia called megaloblastic anemia that makes people tired and weak.

Vitamin B6 complex: 2 capsules per day – It helps the body make the hormones serotonin (which regulates mood) and norepinephrine (which helps your body cope with stress). Supports the nervous system, required for metabolism and immune functions. Reduces PMS symptoms

Calcium and magnesium: Prevent osteoporosis, highly absorbable can help strengthen muscles, reduce anxiety, reduce insomnia and increase energy levels. The benefits of calcium include strengthening bones, and maintaining heart and muscle function.

Vitamin E: Was shown in a recent study from Gynecologic and Obstetric Investigation to be a natural alternative to estrogen therapy and an effective remedy for hot flashes. Also help improve mood. ( *find vaginal lubricants with Vitamin E)

Herbs

  • Gink biloba: Supports cognitive functions and improves circulation to the hands and feet.
  • Chasteberry Tree (Vitex): Supports hormone secretions, reduces pms symptoms and reduces hotflashes.
  • Life flo: Relieves breast tenderness, hot flashes, irregular breakthrough bleeding, protects against osteoporosis and controls pms. (worth looking into)
  • Dong Quai: 1tsp of tincture or 1gm of powder root – Helps balance estrogen activity, relieves hot flashes and vaginal dryness.
  • Black Cohosh: 2 capsules per day no more than 6 months at a time. reduces depression, hot flashes, dizziness, insomnia and vaginal dryness.
  • St. Johns Wart: 100mg 2 per day – Alleviate depression do not take with anti depressants drugs.
  • Red Clover: See the link below in references –  symptoms of menopause such as hot flashes; for breast pain or tenderness (mastalgia); and for premenstrual syndrome (PMS).
  • Evening primrose: See link for more information – use evening primrose oil for premenstrual syndrome (PMS), breast pain, endometriosis, and symptoms of menopause such as hot flashes. In foods, evening primrose oil is used as a dietary source of essential fatty acids.
  • Saw palmetto: As needed link provided – can slow down 5-alpha reductase. This enzyme converts testosterone into a potent androgen hormone called dihydrotestosterone (DHT). Androgen hormones regulate the development of male characteristics.
  • Valarian: sleep aid as neededis most commonly used for sleep disorders, especially the inability to sleep (insomnia). Valerian is also used orally for anxiety and psychological stress.

Teas;

  • Motherwort: Used for heart conditions, including heart failure, irregular heartbeat, fast heartbeat, and heart symptoms due to anxiety. It is also used for the absence of menstrual periods, intestinal gas (flatulence), and over-active thyroid (hyperthyroidism)
  • Mulberry: A superfood, the tea appears to provide a number of health benefits that may help you look and feel better. This feature extends the mulberry leaf uses to possibly being an aid to help stabilize blood sugar levels in diabetics.
  • Sesame: Multiple benefits because of their high levels of calcium and magnesium. They also contain iron and phosphorous, manganese, zinc, and copper. They are tiny but they’re high in fiber too. (a link is provided to make it)
  • Zizyphus: The fruit is used as food and to make medicine. Zizyphus is used for improving muscular strength and weight, for preventing liver and bladder diseases and stress ulcers, and as a sedative.
  • Chinese Sencha: Infused with many excellent health benefits, including its ability to lower the risk of cancer, prevent chronic diseases, reduce blood pressure, balance cholesterol levels, aid in weight loss, protect the immune system, increase energy, and stimulate cognitive activity.

Foods

  • Healthy Fats – Avocados
  • Omega 3 – Salmon, cod fish
  • Grass fed beef
  • Berries – Pomegranates
  • Flaxseed
  • Coconut products
  • Cruciferous veggies

Extra support for specific perimenopause symptoms

Brain Fog:

  • Progesterone deficiency – Gabba (calming) neuroprotector;
  • Estrogen deficiency – serotonin (feel good) neuroprotector
  • Address the thyroid and Adrenal functions – with healthy habits (walks, meditation or alone time, yoga or dancing; diet, sleep and supplements.
  • illuminate sugar (reduce adrenal fatigue)
  • Have fish oil, Vitamin D for mental and immune systems, and B for alertness and recollection

Excess bleeding:

  • Iron supplements can be taken at dinner time and take only if your still bleeding, otherwise bloods will pool and stagnate in the uterine.
  • Have your iron checked regularly iron and ferritin (protein which stores iron) levels
  • Avoid blood thinning herbs – Red clover, Ginko biloba, Dong Quai and Motherwort.

Sleep:

  • Cortisol increases in the morning and is our normal circadian rhythm
  • Melatonin increases in the evening with no light and is the best antioxidant.
  • Magnesium citrate, HPA balance supplement, Valerian and chamomile tea

Headaches:

  • Magnesium, Vitamin B complex with riboflavin, fish oil and B12 supplement or injection.

Fibroids and cysts:

  • Accumulates in the breasts and or uterine wall.
  • Have your thyroid checked for iodine levels
  • Thyrodine supplement 12.5mg

Heart Palpitations:

  • Lily of the valley, motherwort, hawthorne, leonotis tea regularly
  • Rauwolfia supplement used for hypertension

Anxiety

  • Gabba is taken by mouth for relieving anxiety, improving mood, reducing symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS), and treating attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). It is also used for promoting lean muscle growth, burning fat, stabilizing blood pressure, and relieving pain.

POS:

  • This means your insulin is high, testosterone is increasing and your progesterone is decreasing
  • Androgen blockers may be needed – Dong Quai, Black cohosh, licorice, Saw Palmetto

Reference books; Essentials of the Earth (8th edition), Healing Power of essential oils (Eric Zielinski), Secrets of Self-healing (Dr. Maoshing Ni)

Other Tools; The Secret Language of Color Cards (Inna Segal), The Animal Wisdom Tarot (Dawn Brunke), Energy Oracle Cards (Sandra Anne Taylor), Angel Tarot Cards (Doreen Virtue & Radleigh Valentine).

Reference online; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fr6qPQMoifc

perimenopause;

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ZAZOdMVX50

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iu2cHBGdtgw

Natural remedies

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C2SsaOOgcdI

Black Cohosh;

https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/blackcohosh-healthprofessional/

Red Clover:

https://www.rjwhelan.co.nz/herbs%20A-Z/red_clover.html

evening Primrose:

https://www.healthline.com/health/evening-primrose-oil-menopause

Saw Palmetto:

https://www.healthline.com/health/menopause/hair-loss#1

Sesame tea:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HI4Q7MyX4No

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